Here are nine tips from grooming professionals who have seen pretty much everything and know how to keep horses happy and comfortable.
A recent study in Australia looked at whether equestrians’ knowledge of learning theory was reflected in horse welfare and rider safety.
If your horse has a debilitating disease or injury and is facing lengthy treatment or 'jail time', having a plan and getting support can help.
Dr. Judith Koenig, surgeon, teacher and researcher at the OVC, reveals how improvements in diagnostics and biologics help in the treatment of lameness.
Rachel Murray and colleagues conducted a study to determine areas of pressure under the bridle, and how to alleviate it.
At least 50% of sport and leisure horses considered sound by their riders are actually lame; the ridden horse checklist can help determine discomfort.
Despite better safety equipment, injuries among humans and horses during transport are still far too common, according to a recent study.
Alberta had the worst air quality in the world last week … so why were horse shows still running in the province?
Pain can be situational or chronic, but horses experiencing chronic pain are more likely to develop negative changes in their overall mood.
The Ontario Equine Education and Employment Program is in its second year of preparing participants for equine jobs – for free.